Hi, I think that integrating the launch and task manager applets into something
similar to what windows 7 offers would be of great appeal, I already started to
work on it and will probably issue a first version soon.
In the first version the launch buttons will just be hidden when there's
a task element of that app opened rather than turning the very button in the
task element the way windows 7 does.
It will be also possible to add an app to docking with right click on task element
so that when afterwards you close the window a launch button will appear.

On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 5:14 PM, Andrej N. Gritsenko <andrej@rep.kiev.ua> wrote:

    I have an interesting question. It happened somehow that people in
debian-devel mailing list talks about XFCE as only viable alternative
based on gtk2 (since MATE isn't good enough in some aspects) and never
mention LXDE. Do you have any opinions why it could be? Is the XFCE many
steps ahead of LXDE? And what we can do about it? What is good in XFCE
that isn't good in LXDE?


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